Private Funds Roundtable

The Private Funds Roundtable, co-organized by Yale Law School, BYU Law School, and Duke Law School, gathers top academics, policymakers, and industry leaders to discuss the law and policy of private investment funds, one of the fastest-growing sectors of the modern capital marketplace and an area that has been the subject of profound regulatory debate in recent years.

Nov. 16, 2023: The Future of Private Equity Regulation

The 2023 roundtable is an invitation-only event that will convene in New York City. The program includes the following two discussion sessions, with active participation by all attendees encouraged:

  • Past and Present: The Paradigm Shift in Private Equity Regulation, moderated by William Clayton (BYU Law School)
  • Economic Foundations and the Future of Private Equity Regulation, moderated by John Morley (Yale Law School)

The roundtable will conclude with a keynote address by William Birdthistle, Director of the SEC Division of Investment Management.

The 2023 roundtable is funded by the Oscar M. Ruebhausen Fund at Yale Law School, with administrative support from the YLS Tsai Leadership Program.